Scholarships

Brooke Zelinski has been given a scholarship awarded to women who are trailblazers. (Special to The News)

Maple Ridge student wins Trailblazer Scholarship

Zelinski given the award in memory of woman who was leader in business

 

Kai Chow of Abbotsford has been named one of 35 recipients across Canada of the Loran Award. More than 5,100 applications were received. (Submitted photo)

Abbotsford student named a recipient of Loran Award, valued at $100K

Kai Chow one of 35 across Canada and 5 in B.C. selected for prestigious honour

 

Emiko Nakai will attend Warner Pacific University in Portland, Oregon next year. (Special to The News)

Three SRT Titans earn scholarships

Maple Ridge’s Emiko Nagai, Lucas Hutchinson, and Cade Armour will take talents to college level

 

Ethan Page, Jack Emley-Graham, Aidan Scarcella, Marshall Guo, Daisy Li, Jessica Yoon, Diamond Gao, Ivy Threatful, Lily Carlisle, Afton Carlisle, and Ella Treleaven all won scholarships. (Neil Corbett/The News)

Maple Ridge secondary student wins $110,000 scholarship

Highlights long list of MRSS grads to win major academic awards

Ethan Page, Jack Emley-Graham, Aidan Scarcella, Marshall Guo, Daisy Li, Jessica Yoon, Diamond Gao, Ivy Threatful, Lily Carlisle, Afton Carlisle, and Ella Treleaven all won scholarships. (Neil Corbett/The News)
Amiri is currently working as a parliamentary intern. (Christian Diotte - Special to The News)

Maple Ridge woman earns scholarship to study law in Montreal

Somaya Amiri, 23, awarded McCall MacBain scholarship at McGill University

Amiri is currently working as a parliamentary intern. (Christian Diotte - Special to The News)
The first ever Optimist International Musical Happiness Competition is open to kids aged 11 to 18. (needpix.com)

Scholarship money up for grabs in Optimist International’s musical happiness competition for youth

Competition in recognition of International Day of Happiness, open to kids 11 to 18

The first ever Optimist International Musical Happiness Competition is open to kids aged 11 to 18. (needpix.com)
The Pat Quinn Classic has been a popular tournament for top bantam and peewee teams in recent years, but COVID-19 means there will be no physical event this season. The scholarships established by the tournament are carrying on. (Pat Quinn Classic photo)

Pat Quinn Classic scholarships continue even as COVID cancels tournament

Female and male bantam players province wide are encouraged to apply for $1,000 scholarships

The Pat Quinn Classic has been a popular tournament for top bantam and peewee teams in recent years, but COVID-19 means there will be no physical event this season. The scholarships established by the tournament are carrying on. (Pat Quinn Classic photo)
Isabella Muzzolini said she is ‘honoured and excited’ to become a Georgia Bulldog. (Special to The News)

Soccer sensation signs southern scholarship

Maple Ridge’s Isabella Muzzolini will play for the Georgia Bulldogs next year

Isabella Muzzolini said she is ‘honoured and excited’ to become a Georgia Bulldog. (Special to The News)
Ridge Meadows Burrards Lacrosse logo (Special to The News)

Pair of Burrard women earn NCAA lacrosse scholarships

Maple Ridge’s Leona Sinclair and Alexa Ford will take their talents to Oregon and Arizona

Ridge Meadows Burrards Lacrosse logo (Special to The News)
Ivy Threatful (left) and Adrian Truong (right) are hoping to join former Rambler Ryan Hicks (centre) at Simon Fraser University next year. (Special to The News)

Maple Ridge wrestlers fighting to join team mates at SFU

Ivy Threatful and Adrian Truong are hoping to land scholarships at local university

Ivy Threatful (left) and Adrian Truong (right) are hoping to join former Rambler Ryan Hicks (centre) at Simon Fraser University next year. (Special to The News)
Thanks to his volunteer efforts to help raise money for ALS, in his dad’s honour, Colton Meaden has received a $2,000 scholarship. (Special to the Langley Advance Times)

Tribute to Dad earns Maple Ridge teen $2,000 scholarship

Colton Meaden was one of two acknowledged by the ALS Society of BC for his fundraising efforts

  • Jun 29, 2020
Thanks to his volunteer efforts to help raise money for ALS, in his dad’s honour, Colton Meaden has received a $2,000 scholarship. (Special to the Langley Advance Times)
Alina Olson accepts the Trinity Western University scholarship from TWU track coach Shane Wiebe. (Ronan O’Doherty photo -THE NEWS)

Three Ramblers run and jump their way to track and field scholarships

Maple Ridge Secondary’s Aiden Grout, Alina Olson, and Nico Aron will represent the Ridge in college

Alina Olson accepts the Trinity Western University scholarship from TWU track coach Shane Wiebe. (Ronan O’Doherty photo -THE NEWS)
L to R: Jack, Lana, Ben and Ron Williams pose in front of their Maple Ridge home. Ronan O’Doherty/ The NEWS

Maple Ridge brothers earn SFU scholarships in back-to-back years

Jack Williams, 19 and brother Ben, 17 excel at sports, academics and volunteering in their community

L to R: Jack, Lana, Ben and Ron Williams pose in front of their Maple Ridge home. Ronan O’Doherty/ The NEWS
Jassi Sidhu was killed in India in 2000. (THE NEWS/files)

Former Pitt Meadows Secondary principal starts scholarship in memory of former student, Jassi Sidhu

Sidhu was murdered in India twenty years ago for marrying against her family’s wishes.

Jassi Sidhu was killed in India in 2000. (THE NEWS/files)
Scholarship set up to honour the lives of Chloe and Aubrey Berry

Scholarship set up to honour the lives of Chloe and Aubrey Berry

Donations to support scholarships at Christ Church Cathedral School

Scholarship set up to honour the lives of Chloe and Aubrey Berry